Scotland Women Season Pass, 2024/25

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The Season Pass is back!

Introduced last year, the Scotland Season Pass was an immediate success and returns next season, with five home games included, plus an invitation to at least one Scotland training session.

Working in the same way as the equivalent pass for the men’s home games, the Scotland Women Season Pass gives fans the chance to choose their seat(s) in Edinburgh’s Hive Stadium for every Scotland Women home game during the season. The 2024/25 Season Pass includes Autumn Tests against Fiji and Wales, and three Guinness Six Nations games against Ireland, Wales and Italy. (NOTE: the dates of the 2025 Guinness Six Nations games have yet to be confirmed, but the tournament will be played around the same time as this year: as soon as the dates are confirmed, they’ll be listed here.)

The games in Season 2024/25

Autumn Test Scotland v Wales Friday 6 September 7.35pm Find out more
Autumn Test Scotland v Fiji Saturday 14 September 4.45pm Find out more
Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Ireland TBC TBC Find out more
Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Italy TBC TBC Find out more
Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Wales TBC TBC Find out more

2024 Autumn Tests

Scotland v Wales
Friday 6 September, kick-off 7.35pm
Hive Stadium
Scotland prepare for their defence of the WXV2 title with a warm-up game against Wales. There is a chance the two teams could meet again in the WXV2 tournament – Wales are playing Spain in a play-off in June to decide which team joins Scotland, South Africa and Italy in WXV2 and which go into WXV3. Scotland v Wales is always an exciting game, but this extra spice makes this a great way to start the season!
Find out more about Scotland v Wales

Scotland v Fiji
Saturday 14 September, kick-off 4.45pm
Hive Stadium
A truly historic occasion to look forward to this September as Scotland play Fiji for the first time. The team known as Fijiana have just won the 2024 Oceania Rugby Women’s Championship (beating reigning champions Samoa) to qualify for next year’s Women’s Rugby World Cup in England. To find out more about Fijiana check out this great 10-minute documentary on the World Rugby website.
Find out more about Scotland v Fiji

2025 Guinness Six Nations

Scotland v Ireland
Date & kick-off TBC
Hive Stadium
The last time Ireland came to Hive Stadium Scotland won in style in front of what was then a record crowd. (This crowd record was broken this year, first for the game against France which was followed by the sell-out against England.) Ireland narrowly beat Scotland 15-12 in Belfast in the final game of this year’s Guinness Six Nations, and so expect another thriller at Hive next year!
Find out more about Scotland v Ireland

Scotland v Italy
Date & kick-off TBC
Hive Stadium
The win against Italy at Hive last year was the first of seven consecutive wins for Scotland Women that culminated in lifting the WXV2 trophy in South Africa. This year, the Scots recorded their first ever Six Nations win in Italy with a hard-fought 17-10 win. Another close match in prospect as Scotland aim for three wins in a row against the Italians.
Find out more about Scotland v Italy

Scotland v Wales
Date & kick-off TBC
Hive Stadium
Always a close exciting game, the two teams last met earlier this year in the opening game of the Guinness Six Nations, when Scotland won in Wales for the first time in 20 years.
Find out more about Scotland v Wales

Emma Orr in action against France at Hive Stadium in the 2024 Guinness Six Nations

Scotland Women Matchdays

Hive Stadium is part of the Murrayfield campus and sits right next door to Scottish Gas Murrayfield. If you haven’t been to the stadium before and want to see what happens on a Scotland Women matchday, you can find some of the essential information you’ll need at our Scotland International Matchday page, including:

  • Getting to the Murrayfield campus
  • Getting into Hive Stadium
  • Entry requirements
  • Facilities at the stadium
  • Things to see and do
  • FAQs

Last year’s Six-in-a-Row

Last year Scotland Women recorded six consecutive wins, starting with their last two Six Nations games – when they beat Italy and Ireland at Hive Stadium – culminating in captain Rachel Malcolm lifting the WXV2 trophy after wins against South Africa, USA and Japan. They made it seven-in-a-row when they beat Wales in Cardiff in the opening game of this year’s Guinness Six Nations.

Scotland 29 – 21 Italy
Scotland beat Italy in the fourth round of the 2023 Women’s Six Nations, a battling performance that sparked the record run of wins.
Watch highlights

Scotland 36 – 10 Ireland
Scotland finished their Six Nations beating Ireland in front of a record crowd, their first back-to-back wins since 2006.
Watch highlights

Scotland 36 – 9 Spain
Scotland’s six-try win against Spain at Hive Stadium was the ideal preparation for the WXV tournament.
Watch highlights

Scotland 31 – 17 South Africa
Scotland got their WXV 2 campaign underway with a win against the Springboks in Stellenbosch.
Watch highlights

Scotland 24 – 14 USA
Scotland secured their second win of WXV2 with a win over USA, the country’s fifth consecutive win, a first since 2001.
Watch highlights

Scotland 38 – 7 Japan
Scotland won the inaugural WXV2 with a 38-7 victory over Japan to give them their sixth consecutive win.
Watch highlights
Champions Return Home

The Road to the 2025 Rugby World Cup in England

This is a big season for Scotland Women, not only building on the successes of the last 12 months but also aiming to qualify for next year’s Women’s Rugby World Cup in England. Their route to qualification is via the WXV2 tournament in South Africa in September/October, which is why their warm-up Autumn Tests against Wales and Fiji are so important in their preparations.

Eight Teams have already qualified for the 2025 Women’s Rugby World Cup. England automatically qualified as the host nation while Canada, France and New Zealand secured qualification after finishing in the top four at Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand (played in 2022).

Ireland then qualified after finishing third in this year’s Guinness Women’s Six Nations, and South Africa joined them after finishing top of the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup. Japan qualified after winning a sixth Asia Rugby Women’s Championship title and Fiji qualified after winning the Oceania Rugby Women’s Championship.

Of the remaining eight places, the top six ranked non-qualified teams at the end of the WXV will qualify. (Scotland are defending the WXV2 title they won last year.) Finally, Australia and USA are battling it out for the one remaining place from the Pacific Four Series while in South America Colombia and Brazil will meet to determine who qualifies for a first-ever Rugby World Cup in 15s. (Colombia previously reached the RWC 2021 Final Qualification Tournament in Dubai but lost 59-3 to Scotland).

FAQs

  • What's included in the Scotland Season Pass?

    The 2024/25 Scotland Women Season Pass includes tickets for all three games in the 2025 Guinness Women’s Six Nations against Ireland, Wales and Italy, as well as two Autumn Tests September – against Fiji and Wales – ahead of the team’s departure for South Africa to defend their WXV2 title.

    You will be able to select your seat for all five games at Hive Stadium and Season Pass holders will also be invited to one open training session, gain access to exclusive competitions and receive regular email updates.

  • When can I buy the Scotland Season Pass?

    Final dates have yet to be confirmed, but existing 2023/24 Scotland Women Season Pass holders will be given pre-sale access to renew their passes. The sale will then be opened to Scotland Supporters Club members, Scotland Men’s Season Pass holders, and previous ticket purchasers of Scotland Women’s home games before a final public sale.

    If you’re not able to make it along to every game next season, match tickets for the Autumn Test against Spain will go on sale in August. The two-match Six Nations Package for the games against England and France will be on sale in late September, with individual Six Nations match tickets on sale in October.

    2023/24 On Sale Dates
    2023/24 Scotland Women Season Pass pre-sale: Monday 24 July
    2023/24 Scotland Women Season Pass public sale: Tuesday 25 July
    2023 Autumn Test match tickets pre-sale: Wednesday 16 August
    2023 Autumn Test match tickets: Thursday 17 August
    2024 Six Nations 2-Match Package pre-sale: Thursday 28 September
    2024 Six Nations 2-Match Package public sale: Friday 29 September
    2024 Six Nations match tickets pre-sale: Monday 9 October
    2024 Six Nations match tickets: Tuesday 10 October

  • Which seats in Hive Stadium can I buy?

    You can buy your Scotland Season Pass for any available seat or standing in the Lothian Stand and Murrayfield Stand.

    Note: U12 passes are not available in the standing sections, but you can purchase U18 passes.

  • What price is the Scotland Women Season Pass?

    The cost of the Scotland Season Pass depends on where you choose to sit and whether it’s for an adult or child. All adult passes have a 15% discount from the equivalent ticket prices. U12 Passes must be purchased with an adult (one U12 Pass per Adult Pass purchased) but are not available in the standing areas.

  • How many can Season Passes I buy?

    You can purchase as many Season Passes for your group as you like, but please note that during the purchase process, you will need to assign each Season Pass to an individual in your group.

    For more information on how to assign your Season Passes please visit How do I assign when purchasing tickets/passes?

  • How to buy

    The quickest and easiest way to purchase the Scotland Women Season Pass will be online at scottishrugbytickets.com.

    You can also call the Customer Services team on 0131 378 1600, 10am-4pm Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday. (Please note our phone lines are closed on Wednesdays.)

    For up-to-date information on ticket sales and all other aspects of rugby in Scotland, you can find the answers to Frequently Asked Questions in the ‘Ask Scottish Rugby’ of the website.

    Passes will be distributed via the Scottish Rugby App. See below for further details downloading the app and transferring passes to others in your group.

    Your 2023/24 Scotland Season Pass(es) will be issued via the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App

    Have you downloaded the app?
    Your Scottish Rugby ticketing account through which you purchased your Scotland Season Pass will link your pass(es) to the new App using the mobile number registered to your ticketing account. If you haven’t yet downloaded the app, it is imperative that the mobile number in your ticketing account is correct. Please log into your ticketing account and make sure all your details are correct. If they are all correct, then all you need to do next is download the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App. Find out how to download your app HERE.

    If you need to make changes to your account you can either do it yourself or contact us and we’ll do it.

    1. Do it yourself
    Mobile Number
    Simply log in to your Scottish Rugby ticketing account and check your mobile number is correct. Please ensure it has been entered as a continuous mobile number (no spaces). If you are a UK resident, your number should start with 07 (or, as you have already included the UK dialling code, start with +447). If you are from overseas, please start with your country’s international dialling code with + at the start and no leading zero. For example, from Ireland this would be +353.

    If you haven’t provided a mobile phone number, you MUST provide one in order to receive your Scotland Season Pass(es).

    How will we use your mobile number?
    As well as being an integral part of Scottish Rugby’s drive for improved sustainability, access and security, moving to a paperless ticketing system is part of our digital transformation journey to improve the supporter experience on matchdays.

    Your Scottish Rugby ticketing account, through which you purchased your tickets, will link your tickets to the new App using the mobile number registered to your ticketing account. To enable this, it is absolutely necessary to have a mobile phone number registered to your ticketing account, so we can link your digital tickets to the App.

    As with all our communications, you have total control over how your data is used. When you download the App you’ll be able to choose whether you want to be sent promotional text messages. If you don’t want to receive these, simply leave the option unticked and your mobile number will ONLY be used to send your digital ticket(s).

    Country
    Please ensure the country listed in the mailing address on your account is correct and that it matches the country’s dialling code associated with your mobile. If the country does not match the dialling code, the system will not recognise your mobile number.

    Once you have checked and amended your mobile and address details, simply hit the SAVE button.

    2. Contact us and let us do it
    If you would prefer us to do it for you, simply email the changes you want to make to [email protected] and we’ll make the changes for you.

    Transferring passes to others in your group
    If you are buying more than one Scotland Season Pass, here’s how to transfer passes to others in your group.

    All match passes are being issued digitally using the new Scottish Rugby Ticketing app. As there should only be one pass per device, all pass holders (except children or dependants) must download the app so you, as purchaser, can transfer their pass to their device.

    If the person you want to send the pass to is already a contact in your phone, ask them to download the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App. When they have done this, their name will appear in the app on your phone under the heading “My contacts with app” (see below). You can now transfer the pass to them. (Read the guide and watch the video linked below for details on how to do this.)

Scotland Women celebrate winning the inaugural WXV2 tournament in South Africa last year

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